An action packed chase sequence through various program windows. Reminds me of the clever animations in Flash that involved stick figures and total destruction of the UI. This is, of course, much more polished and sophisticated. But then, that was 1999 and definitely not Intel i5 powered!
I loved that game, One Must Fall
What a perfect name for a game, to call
I played it I did, many days and nights
Merry went the hours and merrier were the fights
Few games since then got it all quite so right
I think of OMF now and a few words I write…
Quick Gun Murugun (Dr. Rajendra Prasad), what do I say about this daring South Indian Cowbhai movie?
It has everything.. action.. camedy.. sangs..and lats and lats of balls.. sorry bullets I say!
Procrastination is a learned behavior. Here is a very interesting metaphor of procrastination that I ran into recently in the book The Now Habit by Neil Fiore. I am not much of a self help book reader, however, this section on procrastination was highly recommended to me. This helps us to understand how we procrastinate. What goes on in our minds that leads us to develop habits of procrastination. I found the part very interesting and would like to share it with you here.
The French have pioneered this martial art and sport combination which is built on the premise that any obstacle can be surmounted, physical or mental. This inspirational attitude, philosophy and lifestyle has had an impact on their films.